The Labeling of the Retina and Optic Tectum Gangliosides and Glycoproteins of Chickens in Darkness or Exposed to Light
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Different authors have reported observations showing that modifications of gangliosides occur in the process of acquiring memory in an avoidance test1–3 or that the injection of GM1 ganglioside antibody interfers with memory acquisition.4, 5
KeywordsOptic Nerve Ganglion Cell Ganglion Cell Layer Optic Tectum Label Precursor
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